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June 11, 2004

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June 14, 2004

Colin Moock: ActionScript Hero of the Month (May 2004)

See details here.

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June 16, 2004

Tutorial: Introduction to Flash and PHP (Flash MX 2004, PHP, Apache) by Neil Webb

Neil Webb has just announced at The Definitive List the first part of "a series of tutorials looking at using PHP and Flash". You can post your questions at The Definitive List here as Neil is moderator there of his own forum.
Tutorial details: Introduction to Flash and PHP Difficulty Level: Intermediate Requirements: Flash MX 2004, PHP, Apache Assumed Knowledge: Familiarity with basic actionscript (v1) File(s) to Download: nwjv.zip Online Example: None
Read more here.

June 17, 2004

How to live with a coral snake at home. Essential ActionScript 2.0 (EAS2) is shipping tomorrow!

From moock.org updates:

preorder eas2 (through these links you support moock.org!)
-united states:

sample chapters
chapter 2, object-oriented actionscript
chapter 6 excerpt: composition versus inheritance

eas2 vs asdg2
learn how EAS2 differs from my last book, ASDG2 here:

read a few early reviews here:

support site
visit the book site here:

all about eas2 (the official o'reilly description):

Thanks to Colin (ActionScriptHero of May) for his new book!

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June 19, 2004

FLASHEUROPE. European Flash Conference Barcelona 2004 (Flash Film Festival, Flash Jam Session & ActionScript Masters Contest)

I'll be there!!! I hope to see my fellow spanish colleagues!
"Great experiences are hard to quantify, but we all know when we are having them. They are the memorable events that give shape to our lives. We believe that technology has reached a point in enabling the digital world to move beyond function towards great experiences - experiences that can complement and even compete with those of the physical world”.
More information here.

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